Saturday, January 31, 2009

Sunday Scribblings: Regrets

The folks behind Not Quite What I Was Planning: Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous and Obscure are in town. Why do I note that? To explain my Sunday Scribblings post this week.

Always looked back. Kept tripping up.

15 comments:

gudnuff said...

I love, LOVE how you sprinkle poetry into your everyday. I seldom check out the prompts, but so what? Whatever the goal, your stuff stands on its own merit. Thanks for doing it. Again, love it.

Frances said...

You made me laugh out loud with delight.
I did a six word memoir once.
I must repost it.
Love your header too by the by.
Have a fabulous week.

Tumblewords: said...

Well, that was certainly short and to the point! Good post!

anthonynorth said...

That was excellent. It is hard to do so much with so few words.

movin' down the road said...

me too. but getting better at living in the moment.

Tara R. said...

Nicely done... it's harder to write one of these than you would think. Good job!

D... said...

Well done! Looking back will always trip one up.

Ann (bunnygirl) said...

There's something sort of Zen about those six words. Sort of ties into the saying, "Don't look where you fell, but where you tripped."

floreta said...

i've been hearing a lot about this book lately. this could also be my memoir!

myrtle beached whale said...

Never heard of the book but will look into it. I agree with the effect looking back can have.

desert rat said...

Well said. Here's to looking forward!

BJ Roan said...

Six powerful words!

Lucy said...

haha very true and funny.. 'cause then we arent looking where we are going! haha
I like this.

jenica said...

perfect.

Jeeves said...

Tripping up!!!Really different and nice combination of words.

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